Holderness Road Library Service

The Council is consulting on the future of Holderness Road Library. Local Lib Dem councillors Linda Chambers, Diana Hatcher and Adam Williams are campaigning to make sure a library service remains in our community.

"Holderness Road Library is one of the most used libraries in Hull," said Linda. "We are pushing the Council to ensure that services will still be accessible when the lease on the building runs out next May."

Three alternative sites are being considered - the Balfour Community Centre, Drypool Green Community Centre and East Park. A consultation on the future of the library service is open and runs until 31st October.

We're pushing the case for why it's so important a library service remains in the Holderness Road community. Please sign the petition below.



Help us keep a library service in the Holderness Road area!

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